Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-SEP-2012



Redgate passed along a couple of really intriguing sounding webinars coming up (one published before the Infogram's publication date, so you'll need to dig in the archives for it):

Presented by Morten Egan (OakTable).

And another from perennial Infogram favorite Jonathan Lewis:

Presented by Jonathan Lewis (Oracle ACE Director, OakTable) and Grant Fritchey (SQL Server MVP).

FBI Delete

Don't get all excited, it's not a civil liberties article and it's not THAT FBI, it's about function based indexes and it's from Jonathan Lewis: FBI Delete.


The Oracle Diagnostician (I think he's kind of like House, but without the cane and the attitude, or maybe vice versa) brings us: A map to AWR report.

Over at Oracle related stuff: Exchange Partition, Virtual Columns And Column Statistics.


From ORAganism: Orphaned Files in ASM. The author stresses this, and I want to reiterate, be very careful about deleting things. Most times in IT there is enough storage to move/rename etc., then delete when you are sure the coast is clear.


At the Oracle's MySQL Blog: MySQL Connect: What to Expect From the Wondrous Land of MySQL Cluster. (I'd say if it's billed as wondrous it had better have mythical kingdoms shrouded in mystery and limned with joy. Or at least free beer and pizza): MySQL Connect: What to Expect From the Wondrous Land of MySQL Cluster.


That's My Oracle Support at Oracle OpenWorld for those communicating in full words. Love MOS? Hate it? Knowledge and feedback sessions at OOW will let you express yourself: MyOracle Support at Oracle OpenWorld 2012. The tricky part is that you have to log in to MOS to view it, so that's an implicit like right there.



From Rittman Mead Consulting's Blog Archive: Automated Monitoring of OBIEE in the Enterprise – an overview.

Reports Integration

From Darwin-IT, a step by step account of one developer's experience on how to: Call Oracle Reports from the Middle Tier And Parse/XPath query the response.


First...hire an ACS engineer to help. Ha, ha, only serious.


From the Born To DeBug blog, a little detective work: Where are the DB connections stored in JDeveloper?


The article is titled: What To Do When ADF Editable Table Misbehaves. My solution is to slap it silly. But Andrejus Baranovski apparently prefers a more nuanced, technical approach.

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